Each year at this time Healthcode.org puts on the Million Mile Month Challenge. During the month, a global community of walkers, runners, swimmers, and bikers collectively walk, run, swim, and bike one million miles during the month of April. This pedometer geek has participated in this event for the past several years (five? six? more? I have lost count) supporting the American Diabetes Association. Most of the money raised during the month goes to various charities, but ultimately the idea behind it is for everyone to live a healthy/healthier life.
This year this pedometer geek pledged to walk one hundred miles. As of the halfway point, this geek has completed over fifty-two miles. With about two weeks to go, this geek is on track to complete to the goal, but also hopes to exceed it.
What’s more this pedometer geek encourages everyone to join in. It is not too late. Check out Million Mile Month or http://www.Healthcode.org. They will still accept registrations and like last year, because of Covid-19, the organization has plans for Million Mile Month: May Community Challenge. While donations are desired, it is not necessary to donate to participate.